Volume 58: Sir George Macleay correspondence, 1848-1880: No. 186
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Summer & Autumn with us at the charming place that we have when in the most charming part of the Highlands, so that we might have 5 [indecipherable] numbers of grouse shooting, Salmon fishing & deer stalking together "before we go home & be no more seen". If Barbara only gets as well as she was there this last season how very happy we might be. Arthur [indecipherable] could look after the ladies who tho they might miss you would have no reason to complain
of your [indecipherable] such circumstances of you leaving them for 9 or 10 months. I hope by next mail or the following to send you a formal invitation.If gt. friends let me see the [indecipherable] they will. So all your Brothers & [indecipherable] surely will too. Nicholson is [indecipherable] at Hadleigh very well also. The Normans were quite well when we [indecipherable] last, of course [indecipherable] the time politics have taken.